People You Wouldn’t Want To Be Stuck Beside Of On A Long Flight
Now this is a fun concept:
“…(S)everal other celebrities got zinged in a recent poll that asked participants to pick “celebrities we’d least like to fly with.”
Model, actress and sex tape star Paris Hilton took “top” honors from 26 percent of people who responded to the survey…
…Sitting in second place with 23 percent: Tom Cruise, whose infamous couch jumping antics on the “Oprah Winfrey Show” last year should probably serve as a warning for more than his suitability as a seatmate.”
Now if I were coming up with a list of people I didn’t want to fly with, in no particular order, they’d include:
Robert Byrd: During the walk to the plane, it would be a lot of work to try to scare the circling buzzards away from him. Plus, what if one of the flight attendants was black? He might freak out and it could be a real bad scene.
Cynthia McKinney: If one of the flight attendants gave you peanuts before she got them, she’d probably accuse him of racism and slug him — again, it would be a real bad scene.
Bill Maher: The guy seems to love the sound of his own voice so much that he just wouldn’t shut up long enough to let you go to sleep. Yap, yap, yap, yap, yap!
Ted Kennedy: You know he’d be pounding down scotch, drooling on your arm, and trying to tell you stories, “Did you know I got a dog named Splash, buddy? Har, har, har!” No, thank you.
George Clooney: “Did you know I was once voted sexiest man alive? Would you like an autograph, buddy? Of course, you would! Hey, did you know Hollywood actors like me have always been very involved in social activism? Of course, you didn’t! Let me educate you. It all started back in the 1920s with ….”
Al Gore: First of all, you’d never know if you’d be talking to angry Al Gore or robotic Al Gore. Plus, he’d be all upset because we were flying in a plane, and that might cause global warming to occur in 2186 instead of 2185. And let’s face it, it’s not as if anyone really wants to have a conversation with Al Gore about anything anyway.
Michael Jackson: Because the last thing anyone wants to do is fall asleep, wake up with Michael Jackson looking at you, and hear him say, “I was just imagining you were a young boy. Why don’t you go back to sleep?”
John Kerry: He’d ask to have his food served first, because he served in Vietnam and then he’d ask for fish, flip flop and ask for chicken, and then go back to fish. It would be no fun whatsoever.